Does Draymond Green have a thing for Steven Adams’ balls? Basing from Golden State Warriors’ Game 3 against Oklahoma City Thunder, one may suspect it is true.

Ball in hand, Green goes for a drive straight to the basket in the second quarter of Game 3. Steven Adams does his very best to block the Warriors power forward but receives a thunderous kick to the nuts.

The seven-feet center of OKC crashed on all fours, clearly in pain after the centered kick Green delivered.

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In Game 2, Draymond Green was delivering a rebound all the way from the other side when he also accidentally hit Adams. The blow was delivered to Adams’ midsection, with the center crumbling right under the ring.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AWVbRexPkcA

USA Today reported that Draymond Green’s groin attack in Game 3 against Adams merited him a Flagrant 1 foul. Although Rip City fans were keen to see the player out of the court, officials who reviewed footage of the incident declared it a Flagrant Foul 1 violation only.

It was called by referee Scott Foster.

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A flagrant foul is defined by NBA as an “unnecessary contact committed by a player against an opponent.” Following the violation, a player may be suspended from succeeding games. A Flagrant Foul 2, on the other hand, gives a player instant ejection from the game.

Golden State Warriors is currently playing against Oklahoma City Thunder for the Western Conference Finals. They are currently tied at 1-1. Game 3 is hosted by the Rip City at the Chesapeake Energy Arena.

Whatever the results of Game 3 will be, the next game will still see Rip City with a home court advantage. Game 4 is scheduled on Tuesday, May 24, 9:00PM ET (Wednesday, May 25, 11:00AM NSW).